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holmes was at least trying or attempting to get to a gun range to practice perhaps with the guns he was using allegedly to kill these people. >> has this gun range manager talked to authorities to reveal the information or have they come to him hoping this might fill in blanks in the investigation? >> i don't have that answer directly but the police have either been in front of or right behind us every step of the way. once this person's name came forward i'm sure he was contacted by the fbi which has been combing this town or police. again, he had no direct contact. it was only an online application and out of due diligence this gun range owner calls back to kind of query people over the phone and got this very weird and bizarre message. he had never met holmes. holmes never followed up on the online application. it was the one online application on june 25th. >> very fascinating information. >>> some in the theater that night in aurora are revealing more, describing in vivid detail how they narrowly escaped death. you have been hearing incredible stories from survivors. what more
his contact with james holmes was weird and even bizarre. let's get to drew griffin who joins us now in denver on the phone. what are you learning? >> interesting thing. james holmes replied online on june 25th to join a private gun range out in colorado about a half hour drive from where he was living. and the owner there called back and got a message on james holmes' message machine that he described as very weird almost as if the person leaving the message was drunk, just weird and bizarre, a deep gutteral forced voice on the message machine. he said to his staff this guy doesn't get anywhere near our range until i meet him personally. he told one of our producers he didn't know if this guy was an idiot or what was happening. it was only after the killing that his staff and remembered the name that this guy had applied online and found out this is indeed the guy who applied online to join our gun range and had this very, very odd message machine at his home. it is bits and pieces but we now know that james holmes was at least trying or attempting to get to a gun range to practice
24-year-old james holmes sat silently as a judge advised him of his rights and ordered he be held without bond on suspicion of first degree murder. holmes is accused of shooting and killing 12 people during a midnight screening of "the dark knight rises." 58 others were injured. this afternoon nine remain in critical condition. >>> good afternoon. i'm pat lawson muse. >> i'm jim rosen field in for jim hanley this afternoon. it was the first appearance for holmes since the deadly rampage. >> jay gray has more from the family members. >> you have a right to be represented by an attorney. >> reporter: these are the first public images since the attack, a picture of evil for so many watching, including the family members of the victims. >> he does look fairly, seems like demonic or something like that. >> reporter: the 24-year-old is accused of plotting for months and then carrying out a rampage wore a maroon jailhouse jumpsuit, haired dyed red and pink. >> i just want to see his face. >> reporter: he was disengaged, head bobbing back and forth, at times wide-eyed and fighting to keep
theater. now we only have sketches of james holmes the 24 kraoerld suspect becaus24-year-old suspect because the court banned cameras after the defendant objected to them. he has been charged with 116 counts of attempted murder and murder. witnesses say holmes appeared just as dazed, actually no we heard different reports on this. this script says he appeared just as dazed as he did the first time. earlier i read from our fox news producer he appeared less dazed, less of the eye wandering and so on we saw the first time around. he's been sitting at counsel table, and tkae actually heard the charges against him. the former university of colorado student had apparently been under the care of a psychiatrist, and here is a picture of that doctor, lynne fenton happens to be a member of the university of colorado's threat assessment team. they are the ones in the wake of tragedies like at virginia tech assess the threat on campus and she counselors students and specializes in schizophrenia, and she was seeing james holmes as her patient. coming up we'll have a live report from the courtroo
of the worst mass killings in american history. with his attorney at his side, james eagan holmes sat in silence in a colorado courtroom today. holmes with his hair dyed a reddish-orange appeared dazed at times and showed little emotion. as the judge informed him of his rights. holmes has been held at solitary confinement at a local detention facility. his motives for killing 12 people, injured 58 others at a colorado theater remain a mystery. prosecutors are expected to file formal charges next week. the district attorney says she would get impact from the victims before decided whether to seek the death penalty. >> the victims will be impacted by that decision in an enormous way for years, if the death penalty is sought. >> investigators are now poring over evidence found in james holmes' apartment. it took police two days to safely disarm it, discovering gallons of gas and body traps rigged to kill anyone who walked through the door. he had been stock piling weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition for months. no red flags were raised because it's all perfectly legal. there's
's ahead relatives of the victims watched as james holmes walked into the court. and now we know the charges he will face. >> read 142 counts in court today. >> shepard: including two counts of murder for each victim. tonight, what unfolded inside the courtroom. plus, is he even sane enough to stand trial? wal-mart bomb threats. at least 11 stores affected. >> we have seen people running in, walking out of wal-mart. >> now developments in the search for a suspect. and hiccups at the olympics from all those empty seats to an important set of stadium security keys that just disappeared. tonight, revealing the troubles at the 2012 games about. but first from fox this monday night. 116 counts of attempted murder. and 24 counts of murder in the first degree. those are among the charges prosecutors unveiled today against the man accused of opening fire at the movie theater in colorado. 12 people died in that attack in aurora earlier this month. but prosecutors hit james holmes with two dozen murder charges. one set of charges for deliberately setting out to kill people. another for som
-old, james holmes. a former medical student. he was taken into custody immediately outside the theater as police and fbi search his apartment, apparently wired with explosives. >> we could be here for hours, we could be here for days. trying to figure out how to get in there. obviously we're very concerned about getting in there to get whatever evidence there is, but the pictures are pretty disturbing. it looks pretty sophisticated in terms of how it's boobytrapped. >> security at movie theaters across the country is being increased. in paris tonight's red carpet premiere for the movie has been canceled. president obama and mitt romney both canceled their campaign events today and their tv ads in colorado to respond immediately to the tragedy. >> my daughters go to the movies. what if malia and sasha had been in the theater. as so many of our kids do every day. michelle and i will be fortunate enough to hug our girls a little tighter. i'm sure you'll do the same with your children. for those parents who may not be so lucky, we have to embrace them. >> ann and i join the president and f
are now poring over evidence found in james holmes' apartment. it took police two days to safely disarm it, discovering gallons of gas and body traps rigged to kill anyone who walked through the door. he had been stock piling weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition for months. no red flags were raised because it's all perfectly legal. there's no system to track stock piling fire power. no laws and no oversight or regulation of internet sales. holmes purchased ammo and tactical gear online. in fact, the only red flag holmes raised was through an online application to a local gun range. the gun range's owner grew suspicious of holmes after trying to contact him. >> when i called him, he didn't give me -- he didn't answer. i ended up with his answering service that had a rather bizarre message on it that started me wondering a little bit about it. >> an attorney for holmes' family said she's concerned for their safety, but holmes' parents are standing by their son. last night, a vigil was held in aurora to remember the victims. 12 crosses were erected to honor the dead. michael white, a
in solitary confinement. but we are learning more about the alleged shooter. holmes tried to join a gun club, just last month. the owner says when he tried to follow up, he got a bizarre voice mail message and told employees not to let holmes in, without checking with him first. >> the voice mail was a very low base, guttural-sounding, rambling, incoherent deal that was strange, bizarre, a little freakish. >> 12 people were killed, 58 wounded in this tragedy. 25 people, this morning, still in the hospital. nine remain in critical condition. and it's hard to imagine, but things could have been even worse. the shooter's gun, a civilian version of an m-16, jammed. otherwise, he might have been able to fire even more bullets from a 100-round drum. and now we're hearing that quick-thinking police who responded to the scene could have mistaken the shooter for one of their own, but they knew something was off. >> he's dressed like a s.w.a.t. member. >> these guys were sharp enough to see that the outfit wasn't quite right and they immediately challenged him. >> thousands gathered last night for a v
rick. i'm jenna lee. we're half an hour away where suspected mass murderer james holmes will hear the formal charges which the rampage killed 12 and lefts to's it of dozen dozen of others injured. holmes had the dyed reddish orange hair. he seemed dazed. this time around we'll not get a look at him because the judge banned cameras inside the courtroom. the judge issuing a gag order in the case. defense attorneys say it has been repeatedly violated pointing to recent leaks to the media and they will likely bring that up as an issue in today's hearing. alicia acuna is live in colorado with more. alicia? >> reporter: jenna, there are a few things on tap for today in addition to the filing of charges. james holmes will be in courtroom number 201 for the filing of charges in the expectation is that at minimum there will be 12 first-degree murder charges. there are two crime scenes that we know of. the theater where the shooting took place and. this is up to the direct attorney. >> carol chambers is an aggressive no-nonsense prosecutor. she debated the death penalty in her own mind. she
for the investigation.they gathered outside of james holmes' apartment saturday. what you need to understand is this trip wire was set up to clearly detonate when somebody entered that apartment and it was set up to kill that person. the aurora community is in shock after the suspected gunman opened fire during a movie screening of "the dark knight rises" early friday morning.12 people died -- and nearly 60 hurt.three service members were among the victims -- including john larimer -- who died in the rampage.he joined the navy last year.alex sullivan was also shot and killed.it was his 27th birthday.some of the shooting victims looked back on the horror from their hospital beds.the wound is somewhere around here. and, you know, just a few millimeters there and centimeters in...i don't think i would have left the theater.i watched two shots. he shot once and it just lit up the theater. then, he cocked and shot again.and, i just had my face down in the ground. i stayed as still as i possibly could and i prayed. he fired off a couple more rounds and then he left. police arrested holmes at the s
the several block radius in this neighborhood, i talked to several people that did not know this james holmes, but i did talk to a former bouncer just about half an hour ago who lives in this neighborhood and he recognizes james holmes and the former bouncer was, you know, working at this bar around the corner, pretty popular for the folks who live here, and he describes james holmes as a laid-back guy that would go to the bar every now and then on sunday nights for karaoke night, and that he mainly kept to himself and that he would show up to the bar by himself and that he was really never seen with anybody. so at this point, we are watching the scene unfold and then there's no doubt, with the neighbors here that are caught up in this chaotic situation, there's no doubt this incident is going to be, you know, burned on the consciousness of colorado for many years, given this incident. it's astonishing watching this unfold. >> you know the area and you know what happened overnight. this was the multiplex in suburban denver. we know it's very close to an air force base and that there were some
, we heard from the aurora police chief and he described how his officers identified james holmes as the suspect and not a s.w.a.t. officer despite all of his ballistic gear. >> there was one particular piece of equipment that he had on him that was out of place. i am so proud of my officers that they spotted that right away and chal llenged him. in that chaos, it is quite reasonable that an officer might have confused him for a s.w.a.t. officer or a heavily armed officer responding to the scene. so kudos to my two cops who grabbed this guy and that sharp observation that they made immediately that led them to suspect him as being a suspect. >> there is more we are learning about the 24-year-old suspected of mass murder. he will appear in court tomorrow morning for the first time and the sheriff says holmes is isolated from other inmates. reports suggest he is now also refusing to talk with police. >>> as for his boobytraped apartment, the fbi detonated explosives they collected there in a remote, desert area. they will analyze the remnants at fbi headquarters. officials say the t
. what do we expect to happen exactly later this hour? >> sure, within the next 30 minutes, james holmes will make his way from the jail through an underground tunnel to the courthouse where he'll hear the official charges against m. at a minimum, 12 counts of first degree murder. numerous counts of attempted first degree murder and other charges likely around that booby-trapped apartment that he allegedly left behind when he went to the movie theater. now, in addition to lawyers, prosecutors, and holmes showing up here, people who were in that theater that night have arrived here. they want to make sure that their voice is heard. take a listen. >> we're here to, we feel, to represent strength that the community has. we're here to represent a lack of fear of what this individual tried to cause. we're trying to show with our presence to the community that yes, he's here, but we're here also. the man was a coward, we're here to show we have strength, and now we're willing to fight back. >> at some point in the near future, also, we anticipate that the defense will ask for a comp taenls hea
was seeing. what more do we know about the parcel that holmes had mailed his psychiatrist and could we learn more about this? >> last monday, three days after the shooting at a mail room in the university of colorado, this package arrived containing a notebook addressed to a psychiatrist holmes was seeing. that much we know. the defense is saying, look, this is privileged communications between a doctor and patient. we want to have that. the judge will decide on that part of this today. it tells us that he was seeing a psychiatrist, but it doesn't tell us how long he was seeing her or why he was seeing her. we still have so many more questions about that and what degree of mental health care he may have been getting looding up to this, and the big question, was there any kind of forewarning about this? we still don't have the answers to any of those questions, kyra. >> jim spellman, thanks so much. we'll talk more about that and the legal ins and outs with paul cowin at the bottom of the hour. >> mitt romney's world tour moved into poland today. the stop followed a day and a half in israel a
officer. >> reporter: as we have been talking about, holmes faces his first court appearance tomorrow. as far as other evidence collected here last night, the fbi also left with a lab top and a hard drive. back to you. >> kristin dahlgren, many thanks for that. as kristin was just saying, he will be in court tomorrow. for more on the legal process ahead, i'm joined by former prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, sima are. what do you expect to happen tomorrow? >> tomorrow is the initial advise many. bail is not an issue, because he has been remanded because of so many homicides involved. at this point, there is a difference between when police brings charges and the d.a. decides what charges are going to be indicted. this is the time when mr. holmes is going to be advised of his constitutional rights. >> so we have 12 killed, 58 injured. when you talk about the charges, the difference between police and what the d.a. brings, how do they decide that and what do you expect to see? >> the d.a. is going to look at different counts of murder and decide what can i prove? what i suspect
. it will be a little longer than the first time that we had a court appearance by james holmes. tell us a little bit some of the other hearing matters that could come up. >> reporter: yes. judge william sylvester also has to make some ruling on a couple more motions. one is a motion by the defense regarding a package it said that in court documents that james holmes sent to his psychiatrist, dr. lynn fenton. the defense argued this package contained privileged information between patient and doctor and wants it turned over immediately. it accused the government leaking manufacturing to the media. 20 media organizations including fox news have a motion with the judge as well there is to unseal certain document in the case and the publics that legitimate interest knowing what action taken by a number of officials in the case. things get underway in the arapahoe court in a few minutes. back to you guys. jenna: alicia, thank you. rick: on to politics now and governor mitt romney wrapping up his high-profile three-nation tour in poland today. the republican presidential candidate is spending the last 36
. james holmes did not enter a plea today. but given the questions about his mental health and the news that he was seeing a psychiatrist legal experts say it's likely the former neuroscience student will try some sort of insanity defense. alicia acuna live in centennial colorado with the news tonight. alyssia, prosecutors still have to decide whether they want the government to kill him for his crimes, if convicted. >> that's right, shep. and the district attorney has indicated that's her preference. but carol chambers has more than a month to decide. today chambers held back on what her office could have charged holmes with, deciding to focus more on the victims in the theater than his apartment building, which police say he rigged to explode. experts say the defense will drag this out. >> given that this is likely a death penalty case, the strategy of the defense is to keep their client alive as long as possible. every opportunity to delay and get continuances i expect we will see that pursued. >> a conviction could also result in several life sentences. shep? >> shepard: what happen
is mr. holmes will be advised of the charges that he is being investigated for. for our knowledge, he hasn't even been charged. so it's simply an indication of what they're looking at right now. >> in colorado, they have 72 hours to officially file charges, is that right? >> yeah, they have three business days, and that time can be extended either by agreement of the parties or the court on its own can extend that time if if necessary. >> so, obviously, larry, this is just the beginning of what's going to be a very long process. here we have somebody who was seen by dozens, hundreds of witnesses, picked up at the scene in body armor, directed police, they say, to an apartment that was booby trapped. this is not a question of, was he the guy, as much as, right now, is he competent to stand trial. would that be a fair assessment? >> we have both competency and eventually sanity, and they are different standards. one can be competent and insane, one can be sane, but probably pass the competency test. we have some indications, though, that he is very mentally unstable. we heard about the
. >>> and later in the pulse -- katie holmes lines up her first big acting gig since the big breakup. >>> welcome back, everybody. well, ford has a very unusual message for owners for some new escape suvs, stop driving them now, in fact, they say the fuel line can crack and spill gas which could start an engine fire, three fires have been reported so far, the recall involves more than 11,000 suvs, both here in the u.s. and in canada. >>> well, echoes of the subprime mortgage mess are being seen in student lones, a government report out this morning, said that the same kind of risky lending caused private student loan debt to explode. leaving borrowers unable to pay it back. more than a $1 trillion overall owed for education. >>> target is about to take aim at a new group of shoppers, city dwellers, instead of those usual sprawling stores in suburbs and shopping malls, the big-box retailer is now opening its first three smaller stores next week, you can find them in chicago, l.a. and seattle. the urban versions will be a third smaller. >>> and online shopping giant amazon.com is looking to up the
theater shooting that shocked the nation. the suspect james holmes made his first appearance in a, a courtroom. he looked dazed as the judge explained the process ahead of him. that will ultimately include being charged for the attack that left 12 people dead and 58 injured friday morning. let's get the latest from colorado with rebecca stevens. and the only suspect in the movie pewter massacre has made his first appearance in court. people were not sure what to expect when he appeared. the mass murder suspect was brought from solitary confinement to his first court appearance through an underground tunnel. in the brief hearing, the judge told him why he is being held. >> you also have the right to have a jury trial. >> yuba county district attorney tells abc news that she will consider the death penalty in after discussing it with the victims' families. the 24-year-old doctoral student is accused of killing 12 moviegoers and injuring 58 after firing a weapon during the night premiere of the batman sequel. investigators combing through the content of his apartment tell abc news th
the word obphiscate. >> and journalists t.j. holmes tweeted that he was pulled over while driving while black. tonight, holmes will weigh in on the race debate. [ male announcer ] it seems like every company has a facebook page these days. but where's the relationship status? well, esurance is now in a relationship...with allstate. and it looks pretty serious. esurance. click or call. mitt romney was asked a very simple yes or no question about his taxes this weekend. the question, was there ever a year when you paid less than 13.9%? >> i haven't calculated that. i'm happy to go back and look. but my view is, i have paid all the taxes required by law. i don't pay more than are legally due. >> ain't got a calculator that big. so romney's endured weeks of pressure about his taxes on every network and in every major newspaper, everyone from president obama to george will has weighed in and romney says he just hasn't had the time to check his tax rate. let's bring in joy-ann reid, jon bramnick, and emily tisch sussman, executive director of the young democrats of america. mr. bramnick, i've
new developments from colorado. 24-year-old accused mass murderer james holmes made his first court appearance not long ago. it was our first time seeing the suspect since he allegedly killed 12 people and injured dozens more inside that aurora movie theater friday night. holmes showing no signs of emotion there during today's hearing. did he did look extremely desired and struggled to keep his eyes open. the hair died reddish orange. you might remember he told police he was the joker. he's currently in solitary confinement held without bond. all of this as prosecutors grapple with the decision of whether to pursue the death penalty. >> victims will be impacted by that decision in an enormous way for years. if the death penalty is sought, that's a very long process that impacts their lives. for years. and so they will want to have and well want to get their input before we make any kind of a decision on that. >> let's bring in mike taibbi outside the courthouse. good afternoon to you. >> reporter: hi, craig, how are you. >> what's the latest? >> reporter: i was inside the courtroom.
appearance in a few hours. 24-year-old james holmes accused of killing 12 people and wounding 58. he's being held in isolation right now. police say he is not cooperating. but they continue to uncover some twisted new clues. >>> a deadly accident 100 miles southeast of san antonio, 11 people killed, 12 others injured when police say one pickup truck veered off u.s. highway 59 and slammed into two large trees last night. police say it was a one vehicle accident. 23 people were loaded inside both the truck's bed and cab. border patrol will assist with this investigation. radioactive fallout from japan's nuclear plant may cause as many as 2500 cancer cases worldwide. 1300 cancer deaths. that's according to a study by scientists at stanford university. >>> and there's an investigation by japan's ministry of health, labor and welfare into reports that workers at the damaged plant were told to use led covers over their detection devices to hide the severity of the radiation release. >>> now you see it. now you don't. the implosion of an old 17-story hotel in new orleans known as the grand palace,
. also ahead for you, a closer look at the arsenal that holmes he massed. >> he was a very tense weekend in the middle east with the u.s. stepping up its presence around syria providing more help to the rebels. how far will our government go? we'll have a live report from the middle east. >> but first, of course, our top story here. the man accused of one of the worst shooting massacres in u.s. history will make his first court appearance in a few hours. police say it could take months before we know why he carried out this senseless act of violence during a midnight movie premier. 24-year-old james holmes accused of killing 12 people, wounding 58 people including mothers, fathers, members of the military, even a 6-year-old girl. eight are still in critical condition this morning. >> we are learning that budding scientist allegedly was planning this for months. his apartment was rigged with trip wires, gas canisters that a gun range owner was so scared by him that he rejected him a month ago. and it could have been a lot worse. had a rife well a 100 round drum magazine not jammed. >> we
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james holmes. the 24-year-old suspect in the deadly colorado shooting rampage, holmes a one-time graduate student at the university of colorado, is going to be making his next court appearance monday. meanwhile, family members are trying to make funeral plans for some of the victims of friday's shootings. nbc's miguel is live for us in colorado. what are the latest developments today, because a lot has been happening behind the scenes. >> reporter: just a few miles from where we're standing, police were once again at the suspect's home. of course they were there for a couple of days over the weekend. it was wired, they say, with boobytraps. they were forced to go in using im provised devices to set off the traps. they were back there today. it appears they were looking for more evidence. as you know, the suspect, james holmes, was here in court yesterday. he was in court for a short time. he certainly looked very dazed, very confused. at one point, as though he was going to fall asleep. police are still obviously gathering evidence in this case. he will be charged with at le
that await the university. >>> shooter james holmes a in court in just a few hours, using a secret underground tunnel to go before the judge. this morning we're learning more about holmes' past and what police found in his apartment. >>> jackson mystery. michael's mother katherine reported missing this weekend tells police in arizona that she is fine. the grandkids that have lived with her wondering where she is. a missing persons report was even filed. inside this really strange and bizarre story, straight ahead. >>> and power right in your wallet. a new iphone charger the size of a credit card saves you when you run out of juice. we'll show it to you in 20 minutes. "newsroom" begins right now. good morning, i'm zoraid zoraida sambolin sitting in for carolyn costello. penn state faces the stunning blow from jerry sandusky. they face the penalties of the school's cover-ups in the scandal. the penalties are described as unprecedented. steve is in pennsylvania where they're holding the news conference. what can you tell us? >> we're meeting with the executive chairman of the ncaa fol
, james holmes, with 21 counts of murder in the first-degree. two for each person they say he killed during a shooting spree inside a colorado movie theater. the charges account for both premeditation and extreme indifference of life. the 24-year-old facing 116 counts of murder in connection with the attack. he also charged -- he is charged with possession of explosive devices and of crimes of violence. the judge banned cameras but yam jam was dressed in a jump suit with his hair the weird orange colors and the manner similar to what we saw a week earlier: dazed and wide eyed and distracted. many victims and their families were therencluding some of the 58 who were wounded. that is our top story. we are outside the courthouse in colorado. we understand the district attorney could have charged him with more than he did? >>reporter: that is right. this is up to the discretion of the district attorney. the majority of the charge we heard today actually came out of what politician say happened inside that movie theater. only one charge came out of the second crime scene. james holmes rig
video of the suspect, james holmes' booby trapped apartment tells cnn it was rigged with more than 30 homemade grenades and ten gallons of gasoline. the source says that would have created a fireball knocking out walls engulfing the entire building in flames undoubtedly killing many more people. cnn's ed lavandera is joining us now once again from aurora, colorado. ed, what else are you learning? there are new developments emerging even as we speak. >> reporter: well, there's a great deal going on behind the scenes, but now there's a great effort to make sure that the principle players and many of the people involved in these investigations no longer speak publicly about what is going on. the judge issuing a gag order. ever since that has happened, it's become much more difficult to be able to report on this story and to keep up with what is going on. but we're told a few days ago by the police chief here in aurora that today, tuesday, would be the day defense attorneys would get a chance to go through the movie theater to do their own analysis inside the movie theater and gather thei
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man accused of last week's shooting rampage inside a theater. 24-year-old james holmes is likely to serve first-degree murder charges for the 12 people killed at that midnight showing of the new batman movie. of the 58 people wounded, eight people remain in critical condition. the prosecution has not yet announced whether they will seek the death penalty. we're covering all the angles here and all the latest developments. cnn's don lemon is outside the courthouse for this morning's arrangement and we'll check in with him shortly. poppy harlow checks in with the funeral arrangements from the vigil to the visit. >> i've been covering this since friday when the shooting occurred, and last night that vigil was really the first moment of the beginning of the healing process that i saw here. it was amazing. thousands and thousands of people gathered. they lit candles. government officials spoke. none of the family members did speak but they were certainly present. they walked in carrying signs and pictures of the loved ones that they lost. the mayor of aurora, steve hogan, said this. h
to defend james holmes, the 24-year-old suspect in this case. and then at some point tomorrow the theater would be turned back over to the company that owns it. and what happens to it after then is very much up in the air about whether or not when or if this theater will reopen. so we'll try to figure out how that plays out over the next couple of days, wolf. >> you've also been putting, ed, some of those dots together how james holmes allegedly paid for that huge arsenal that he had assembled. i guess within only a few months. >> reporter: well, that's one of the aspects we've been working on. if you start following the timeline, it was in june just a little more than a month ago that james holmes dropped out of that neuroscience ph.d. program here at the university of colorado. but according to authorities, it was during toward the end of that time that he had begun amassing the arsenal of weapons -- the four weapons he had bought in three local gun shops here in the denver area as well as 6,000 rounds of ammunition plus all of the materials that you detailed there at the beginning, wol
'll define the world obfiskate through the candidacy of romney. >>> and t.j. holmes tweeted he was pulled over for driving while black. he'll weigh in on the race relations debate in america and president obama's role. this is sheldon, whose long dy setting up the news starts with arthritis pain and a choice. take tylenol or take aleve, the #1 recommended pain reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back to the news. they claim to be complete. only centrum goes beyond. providing more than just the essential nutrients, so i'm at my best. centrum. always your most complete. with features like scanning a barcode to get detailed stock quotes to voice recognition. e-trade leads the way in wherever, whenever investing. download the ultimate in mobile investing apps, free, at e-trade. anti-aging cream undeniably. it creamed unbelievably a $500 cream and now women have made regenerist microsculpting cream also unscented. women love it. in original and also fragrance-free. >>> welcome back. mitt romney was asked a very simple yes or no question about his taxes th
presence to him. >> james holmes the accused colorado movie theater gunman formally charged with 21 counts of first-degree murder two for each victim. >> and 116 counts of attempted murder, two each for the 58 people who were injured. >>> from india, a massive power failure has hit northern and eastern regions of the country. officials say 600 million people are without electricity. >>> ultimately the issue is not whether assad will step down but when, and that will happen. >> missy franklin is the first individual, yes! >> i had a blast at it. it was so much fun. >> they're all saying it's okay it's okay, but -- >> it's not okay. >> china takes two olympic games in a row! >>> a swimmer in massachusetts is recovering from a shark attack off of cape cod. the man was bitten in both legs. >>> the proposal was on the scoreboard in center but she was off getting beverages. >> all that -- >> did you breast-feed? >> gosh you're so annoying. >> barack obama's story -- >> let me finish! let me finish! >> all that matters. >> you can't control the big dog. he goes where h
photos of the suspect, 24-year-old james holmes, that were posted through a dating web site. significant, because after new york city's police chief was briefed on what happened here, he told reporters that the shooter had dyed red hair and when arrested told officers he was the joker, a nemesis of the batman character and apparently the dye job photos were posted to the web site in the days immediately before the shooting. along with a question, will you visit me in prison? a couple of the clues police are looking at, right now. but, they also possess a mountain of new evidence, after successfully neutralizing the explosive threat inside holmes' apartment. [explosion [. >> jon: using small blasts they disabled a sophisticated booby-trap left behind in the suspect's home, a nest of trip-wires and flammable liquids and other devices designed, police say, to kill the first person through the door. and, then set a raging fire in the apartment. because the fire did not occur, investigators were able to comb through the place and last night we saw them bringing out potential evid
holmes spent months stockpiling thousands of bullets, head to toe ballistic gear without raising any red flags with authorities. and here's a situation regardless of party where one would think that both sides would be able to agree on rework the system. but yet there doesn't seem to be at this point any political will to do that. >> this has been the case for quite some time. and it is i agree surprising almost every time there is one of these incidents, we have another conversation about how there needs to be another conversation and then there isn't one. some will blame the nra which has worked very hard over the years obviously to hold elected officials to a certain standard. but the will is not there with the politicians themselves and i think to a certain extent with the public. just as every time some incident like this, there is a call for more gun control. you also hear a call for people to be able to arm themselves. and that's the direction really for the last two decade, less gun control, not more. >> let's talk about political will. here's a january gallup poll. it shows half
cruise and katie holmes. are you receiving a payout from a legal settlement or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. @g. every bite goes above and beyond the call of deliciousness. that's a big 10-4 kosher. with no fillers, by-products, artificial flavors or colors. hebrew national. the better-than-a-hot dog- hot dog. megyn: the awful violence in syria may have reached a new low this weekend. a funeral was underway when a birmingham went off. the cameras recorded this. activists say as many as 40 people may have been killed in this latest devastating attack in the suburb of damascus. a human rights group claimed government troops debt tbhaitd they believe is a car bomb. they say 800 people have been killed in the last week alone. the numbers are hovering around 10,000 people dead in the wake of this violence. for weeks we have been hearing about tough new sanctions expected against iran if that country does not stand down on what the world believes is its nuclear weap
murder. james holmes is facing 142 counts in that rampage that left 12 people dead. prosecutors will ask survivors and relatives for input on whether to seek the death penalty against holmes. >>> since that shooting erupted during a screening of "the dark knight rises" our local batman is no longer allowed to make visits to sick kids. he dresses up in a bat man and drives around in his bat mobile while trying to lift the spirits of sick children. a hospital in chicago said it could upset kids and their parents. a spokeswoman says that other hospitals have stopped visits. >>> precious moments wasted and you might be to blame. there is an increase in distracted drivers. we hopped on board fire trucks with cameras rolling to see the problem through their eyes. tisha thompson shows us the wild ride. >> reporter: when the call comes every minute counts. a woman and a baby stuck in an elevator. two cars on fire from downed power lines. but sometimes the battle is just getting to the emergency. >> getting worse with more congestion it's worse. distracted or confused drivers in the way. >> we se
." >> i don't know. >> not after these shenanigans. "us weekly" reports katie holmes has enrolled tz suri in an all girls school. she fell in love with a cute puppy in a manhattan pet store. holmes was forced to say no to her daughter. most mothers aren't followed by paparazzi. suri stormed out of the store bursting into tears. at some point that will be you. >> yeah. 16 to in some cases 20-year commitment depending on what kind of breed you're getting. >> but they're so worth it. >> the kids say they'll take care of it, they never do. >> they never do. that's the trick. >>> this comes to us from kte, channel 2 news in anchorage, alaska. the long-time mayor took power away from the people. they think he is purrfect for the job. he has held the top spot for 15 years. he's a cat. he won a write-in vote in a place with less than 900 residents. he's also a hit among tourists. through it all he has remained one cool cat who made it in politics without having to claw his way to the top. >>> i'm veronica de la cruz. this is your early look at today, just your first stop on your nbc station. >>>
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